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Only insomniacs and weirdos watch soccer anyway, says News, which was outbid on the soccer. Plus other business tidbits of the day.
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The best-attended domestic sports league in the world is the National Football League. The AFL, with teams in just six or seven cities, was not that far behind, writes Ed Wyatt of Back Page Lead
Each English Premier League team earned nearly £25 million pounds from TV appearances alone last year. With that sort of money, there should be no need for clubs to face financial hardship.
Professional footballers have drawn self portraits of themselves for a charity auction. The Independent asked a graphologist to analyse what they tell us about the players. Our guess: that they can't draw.
The hooplah over tonight's English Premier League kick-off comes after a summer of record transfers to Spain, writes Martin Pegan.
The Government is demanding a radical overhaul of English football finances to break the domination of the “big four” clubs.